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February

7,500 GNS for Lincoln Red Bull at Stirling

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At the United Auctions Stirling Bull Sale on 2nd & 3rd February St. Fort Xcel sold for 7,500 Guineas.  Bred by A Mylius & Partners of St. Fort; Sired by St. Fort Uproar out of Harrington Lala L185; he sold to South Ormsby Estate's Rumford Herd, in Lincolnshire.

Selling for 5,000 Guineas, also bred by A Mylius & Partners of St. Fort was St. Fort Wessex (ET) Sired by Biddlesden Great Expectations out of St. Fort Hetty G384.  He sold to Scawfell Genetics.

Champion Bull and winner of the David Evans Quaich was St. Fort Xpert, Sired by St. Fort Timber out of St. Fort Hundleby Thora S285.

Reserve Champion Bull was St. Fort Xhaka, Sired by Walmer Troy out of St. Fort Hetty K631.

Reserve Champion Female St. Fort Northolm X795 Sired by St. Fort Timber out of St. Fort Northolm S237, sold for 3,500 Guineas to M Donald, Stirling.

Champion Female and winner of the Tom McDougall Cup was St. Fort Elspeth X804, also Sired by St. Fort Timber out of St. Fort Elspeth T468, sold for 2,500 Guineas to R Morris's Buttergask Herd, Perthshire.

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